Thermal Imaging Survey Services

Are you concerned that damp and moisture could be affecting the integrity of your property’s building fabric? Fed up with seeing your energy costs slowly creeping up each month? You may need Advanced Damp’s thermal imaging survey services! We pride ourselves on using the latest thermal imaging techniques and technologies to accurately detect, diagnose, and resolve any energy efficiency issues in your home.

Sound like something that your property needs? If so, contact Advanced Damp to discover how our experienced surveyors could help you save precious energy, time, and money today!


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What is a Thermal Imaging Survey?

Thermal imaging surveys, also known as infrared thermography, can detect any temperature difference that may occur on surfaces in your property. We conduct these symptomatic surveys using thermal imaging cameras, which allow us to discover any thermal anomalies in the building fabric. This could include anything from heat loss and moisture ingress to missing wall insulation – if there’s a problem, we’ll find it!

What’s great about our cutting-edge technology and non-invasive approach is that it helps us quickly resolve any structural issues without causing further damage to your family home or valuable workspace.

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How Is a thermal imaging survey carried out?

When booking a thermal imaging survey with Advanced Damp, you can expect the same high-quality service we provide to every property across the country. Our expert team will therefore always carefully follow these 5 steps:

1. Initial Consultation

Before starting any work, our thermographic survey team is here to listen to your concerns, gather important information about your property, and find out exactly how we can help you.

2. On-site Survey

We will then visit your property and get straight to work with the heat loss survey. Our state-of-the-art thermal imaging cameras can capture everything from poorly laid loft insulation to thermal bridging – whatever the source of the issue, we’ll find it!

3. Data Analysis

Next, our team of heat loss specialists will take a closer look at every thermal image and try to identify any potential energy efficiency problems, particularly those caused by dampness or poor insulation.

4. Detailed Report

Using the results of the thermal camera, we’ll then create a detailed report that comprehensively covers every area of our findings. This will provide recommendations on what can be done to prevent heat loss or moisture intrusion and make your property more energy efficient.

5. Follow-up Consultation

If you’re feeling overwhelmed with the results of our heat loss survey, don’t panic! You’ll have the opportunity to discuss these survey results, where you can sit down with our experts and plan the next steps in resolving any issues.

How Do You Know If You Need A Heat Loss Survey?

Whether you’ve just purchased a new home or are dealing with an old office building, there are a wide variety of reasons why your property may require a thermal imaging survey. Here are 7 of the issues we most commonly come across at Advanced Damp:

  • Damp or mould: If you’re overwhelmed by a musty odour or keep finding damp patches in your property, this could suggest mould growth. A survey can pinpoint the root cause of the issue, such as condensation or cold bridging.
  • Heat loss: Our expert surveyors can detect insulation gaps or drafts with a heat loss survey, which is particularly useful if some rooms in your property are colder than others.
  • High energy bills: Issues with inefficient heating systems and air infiltration, along with poor insulation, could be behind any unexplained increases in heating costs.
  • Renovation or retrofit planning: If you’re hoping to keep costs down when completing any renovations or retrofitting insulation, thermal imaging can eliminate any issues that could get in the way.
  • Condensation: As condensation can cause damp and mould, the thermal imaging process is ideal for tackling any poor insulation or ventilation that may be worsening these problems.
  • Pre-purchase property inspection: You’ll need to have all the correct information about the condition of a property before entering the final purchasing stages. A thermal imaging survey can therefore help you make more informed decisions surrounding this purchase.
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How Our Thermal Imaging Technology Can Help You

At Advanced Damp, we know that dealing with high energy bills can be time-consuming, not to mention the stress caused by damp and mould. That’s why we go above and beyond to not only offer high-quality, cost-effective damp-proofing solutions, but also full property repairs too.

As part of these repairs, we’re committed to restoring any home or business to its optimal condition, taking the time to understand your project inside out, and providing a seamless, hassle-free repair journey. If you’re interested in learning how exactly we achieve this for your home or workplace, explore some of the key benefits that our thermal imaging surveys can provide below:

  • Accurate diagnosis: We use the latest in building thermography technology to ensure accurate and effective results that allow us to provide targeted solutions.
  • Non-invasive inspection: There’s no need to worry about damage to your property. We conduct all surveys with the utmost care and aim to work around your schedule and avoid causing disruption to your day.
  • Reduced costs: Not only do we provide free quotes and cost-effective solutions, but identifying any heat loss issues early can save you significant expenses on repairs and energy bills later down the line.
  • More efficient energy usage: We’ll quickly find the source of leaks in flat roofing or underfloor heating pipes that may be causing dampness or energy efficiency issues.
  • Improved comfort: Whether your living area is constantly cold or there’s mould in the bathroom, by tackling the issues presented in a thermal imaging survey, we can make your home or office building much more comfortable.
  • Expert advice: Our specialist team has over 20 years of experience in building thermography, meaning that we can provide high-quality services, personalised guidance throughout the process, and tailored solutions for your property.

Who Should Consider Our Services?

With more than 20 years of experience working across the country, here at Advanced Damp, no location, problem, or property type is too big or far away for our expert team to handle. We’ll work with any client looking to resolve thermal anomalies and create more cost-efficient, comfortable living or working spaces, including:

  • Homeowners: In today’s financial climate, we understand the importance of minimising your expenditure. That’s why our thermal imaging services aim to make your home more energy efficient by tackling any damp or insulation problems that may be pushing up those prices.
  • Private landlords and property owners: We can help you keep costs down in any investment property, whilst also maintaining a clean and comfortable living environment for your tenants.
  • Commercial landlords: Along with residential properties, we’ve also got plenty of expertise working in retail spaces, office buildings, and industrial facilities. Our priority is to create a safe workspace that boosts productivity for employees and keeps customers coming back.
  • Architects and building designers: Our thermal imaging services are an important part of the design process, especially when it comes to ensuring that your completed projects are durable, safe, and built with efficiency in mind.
  • Contractors and builders: Discover any issues with damp, mould, or poor insulation before starting a construction job to prevent wasting time, money, and valuable resources.
  • Facility managers: Worried about staying on top of maintenance issues? Schedule regular thermal imaging surveys to ensure that your facility continues to run smoothly.
  • Surveyors: With our detailed reporting methods, get a more comprehensive understanding of a property’s condition and what must be done to improve it.
  • Insurance companies: The data provided by a thermal imaging camera can prove highly valuable in cases where clients are making claims related to ineffective insulation, damp, or mould issues.
  • Public sector organisations: In schools, hospitals, nursing homes, government agencies, and other public buildings, maintaining the safety and comfort of residents or occupants is key, which is something our specialist team will prioritise.


Reach out to Advanced Damp today to book your consultation and find out more about how our bespoke thermal imaging services could help to improve the integrity of your property.

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Contact Our Team Today For Your High-Quality Thermal Imaging Survey

Whether you’re worried about your heating bills going up, loft insulation defects, or damp areas, don’t suffer in silence. At Advanced Damp, we’re here to give you peace of mind with our leading long-term solutions. Our goal is to create a safe, healthy, and happy home for you and your family quickly and effectively, so speak to our dedicated team of thermal imaging experts to get the ball rolling today.

If you’d like to book an appointment for one of our high-quality thermal imaging surveys or simply learn more about our full range of services, give us a call at 0300 373 7251, or email the team at

Detecting Damp with Precision:  The FAQs

How much does a thermographic inspection cost?

A thermographic inspection can cost anything from £100 up to £600, depending on the size of the property, type of building, location and travel costs, and projected survey time. Contact Advanced Damp today to secure your free personalised quote for our thermal imaging services.

How do you do a thermographic survey?

Conducting a survey involves using a thermal camera to identify any anomalies in the structure of a building, including dampness, mould, and heat loss, for example. Infrared radiation is converted into images through Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR) cameras, which highlights any temperature differences across the property.

How do I find out where my house is losing heat?

Using a thermal camera can show the areas of a property where heat is escaping, such as through the building fabric, the walls, and the gaps in and around windows or doors. At Advanced Damp, we take thermal images from both the inside and outside of the property to get an accurate picture of how we can improve its energy efficiency rating.

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